Marilisa Stigliano is the Vice President Project Support, Corporate Operations at STV Group. In he witr current role, she is focused on improving successful delivery of projects and achievement of company performance goals, as well as identification and implementation of best practices in project management, reporting, and technical delivery. Prior to STV, Marilisa held several roles with AECOM, including Director of Operations for Metro New York,
She has experience across all infrastructure markets in regional and national roles, including Project and Program Manager, Operations Manager and Director of Operations. She is an Operational excellence enthusiast, envisioning and leading key initiatives to drive cross business unit collaboration, increase synergies, reduce inefficiency, and enable investments to achieve business growth.
Marilisa is an engaged member of the industry, leaving a mark as the founding co-chair of the Young Professionals Committee with the New York Building Congress and now serving on their board of directors. She is a passionate advocate for future generations, serving on the advisory board of the Columbia University Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space, and leading a first of its kind Practicum for their Construction Management students centered around Traditional and Agile Project Management methodologies.
Marilisa holds a bachelor in CIvil Engineering and a master's in Structural Engineering from La Sapienza, and a master's in Construction Engineering and Management from Columbia University. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP) and DBIA (Design-Build Institute of America) designated professional.
In 2017, Ms. Stigliano was selected as one of ASCE’s New Faces of Engineering and represented AECOM at ASCE’s annual Outstanding Projects and Leaders Gala. In 2018, she was honored by Women Builders Council as one of the “Next Generation Women Builders” and by the Professional Women in Construction as one of its “Top 20 under 40 Women”; in 2019 she was honored by the New York Building Congress as one of the “Emerging leaders” of New York.